RETIRED: Mozilla Firefox and SeaMonkey MFSA 2009-65 through -71 Multiple Vulnerabilities

The Mozilla Foundation has released multiple advisories to address vulnerabilities in Firefox and SeaMonkey.

NOTE: This BID is being retired; the following individual records now document these issues:

37361 Mozilla Firefox CVE-2009-3979 Multiple Remote Memory Corruption Vulnerabilities
37362 Mozilla Firefox CVE-2009-3980 Multiple Remote Memory Corruption Vulnerabilities
37363 Mozilla Firefox CVE-2009-3981 Remote Memory Corruption Vulnerability
37364 Mozilla Firefox CVE-2009-3982 JavaScript Engine Multiple Remote Memory Corruption Vulnerabilities
37369 Mozilla Firefox and SeaMonkey 'liboggplay' Media Library Remote Memory Corruption Vulnerabilities
37368 Mozilla Firefox and SeaMonkey Theora Video Library Remote Integer Overflow Vulnerability
37366 Mozilla Firefox and SeaMonkey NTLM Credential Reflection Authentication Bypass Vulnerability
37367 Mozilla Firefox and Sea Monkey Insecure Protocol Location Bar Spoofing Vulnerability
37370 Mozilla Firefox and Sea Monkey Content Injection Spoofing Vulnerability
37365 Mozilla Firefox 'window.opener' Property Chrome Privilege Escalation Vulnerability
37360 Mozilla Firefox/SeaMonkey GeckoActiveXObject Exception Message COM Object Enumeration Vulnerability


 

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